“Klan Wins Victory At Portland Polls,” trumpeted on September 11, 1923. “Vote Breaks All Records, Disorder Marks Election.”
There was a time when no good ship sailed from Casco Bay without a figurehead beneath her bow. The finest came from Portland’s Nahum Littlefield, a master of this lost American art.
Meet the home-grown stars of the U.S. Navy who, even in uniform, wear Maine on their sleeves.
The USS Fitzgerald, built at Bath Iron Works, suffers a deadly collision in Japan that hits close to home.
Penobscot Indian elder Charles Shay’s heroism on Normandy Beach is celebrated on both sides of the Atlantic.
When did traditional foods of the Middle East become so popular here?
Built in 1869, the historic York County Jail is for sale. Again.
It’s a rising tide for Ostreophiles.
“There is a thing inherent and natural, which existed before heaven and earth, motionless and fathomless…” –Laozi
You’ll come for the view, but you’ll return for the food.
An evening at Sea Glass Restaurant in Cape Elizabeth is an enchanting and restorative experience.
The opening of Ogunquit’s Barnacle Billy’s marks the start of summer.
Tasty and trendy, Izakaya Minato on inner Washington has diners lining up for a new kind of urban experience.
Next Stop Chengdu – Sichuan Kitchen brings the heat to Congress Street.
A neighborhood staple for nearly a decade, Caiola’s continues to offer Italian intimacy under new ownership.